Tikesha McMullen Boyd, a.k.a. Miss Lady Blues, is an American Songwriter and
"Soul" Blues Artist. "Miss Lady" as many call her, was born and raised
in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She now resides in Atlanta, Georgia. As a child everyone
around her noticed that she had a beautiful singing voice. In her early teens,
"Miss Lady" started to perfect her craft and showmanship by joining a singing
group/band "Eloquence" and performing in various local talent shows. She later
gained interest in the business side of the Music Industry. That growing knowledge and her love of music evolved into her pursuit of a career as a recording artist. The single that sparked it all, is her well-known song titled “Like You Used To”. Miss Lady Blues independently released her first album “Pieces of My Soul” in 2017. Since then, she has been on the road promoting herself and performing. She received recognition as 2021’s Best Female Blues Artist of the year from Alabama Music Awards. Recently Miss Lady Blues decided to put her twist on “Traditional Blues” with her sultry voice and infectious production, hence the name of her newly released album, “Moe Betta Blues”. She is determined to create her own space in the music world.